As concerns grow nationwide over school safety in the wake of the Parkland, Florida mass shooting, a South Carolina company says it has an idea that could help.
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R2P Innovations of Goose Creek unveiled its bulletproof door Friday.
The company's president says the door is designed specifically for classrooms.
He says the door can withstand assault riffles and high-power, military grade weapons.
During a test on Friday, the door stopped bullets from an AR-15, a shotgun, a 9MM and an FN SCAR 17.
The company says it can produce about 10-thousand doors a month, depending on who wants to buy them.